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F-22 pilot forced to make rough belly landing after engine allegedly loses power
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04-16-2018 05:27 PM

 



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RE: F-22 pilot forced to make rough belly landing after engine allegedly loses power
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Looks expensive. I wonder why an engine failure did that. Twin engine aircraft are required to be able to continue climbing from take off on one engine, you would think a fighter would have an excess of thrust available to climb. Double engine failure?
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04-16-2018 06:12 PM

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Post: #17
RE: F-22 pilot forced to make rough belly landing after engine allegedly loses power
That's one tough airplane. This is an old video from way back.

Carbon fiber gooooood!



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